“The soul becomes dyed with the color of it’s thoughts.” ~ Marcus Aurelius
I’ve often wondered what life looks like through the eyes of the colorblind. So many aspects of our lives require making color choices.
Color choices even affects our attitudes and dispositions, helping us to feel as if we can conquer the world or not. Try wearing all black one day and the next day wear fuchsia, orange or brilliant red. Wearing bright colors puts extra spring in our steps.
I know two men who are color blind. Evidently, the male chromosome make-up is more susceptible to this condition. Here is an article explaining why this is so. http://bit.ly/ZSMqRL.
Are the brains of color-challenged people wired with enhanced creative thinking skills to make up for their inability to see color? Or are their imaginations stymied because they can not see color? I came across this interesting article about being a color-blind artist.http://bit.ly/Zx2Cag.
The Huffington Post cites green as a color that “sparks inventiveness.” http://huff.to/Wjc5v2 . Perhaps the reason the Green Mountains of Vermont draws their fare share of artists and writers. Gorgeous, lush green, including the most wonderful perennial gardens, provide inspiration from nature.
But, let’s face it, beautiful landscapes whether they are forests, seashores, wide open vistas in the plains, craggy rocks and other unique earth formations provide artistic stimulation.
What colors and sights bring the greatest fulfillment to your eyes and spirit?
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